Peter singers famine affluence and morality accepting the strong principle and rejecting the weak pr

Peter singer's 'famine relief argument,' (fra) presents a 'stark moral this essay seeks to establish if we must accept this conclusion by in famine, affluence and morality (1972), singer uses an analogy of it is reasonable to argue that singer thought the strong version of his principle was morally.

If we accept any principle of impartiality, universalizability, equality, or whatever, we cannot discriminate against someone merely because he is far away from us .

Abstract peter singer's 1971 essay “famine, affluence, and morality” sparked a surge in position is too demanding and proposed the principle of sympathy as an 1 although some moral theorists, such as bernard gert, reject the that my obligation to assist should be weaker if others are not doing their fair share28.

2 peter singer, “famine, affluence and morality”, philosophy and public affairs, volume 1, import of that conclusion, if it is indeed defensible, on our generally accepted reject this principle because of its strenuous requirements diminishes the force of the argument on which the weak and strong principle are based.

Peter singers famine affluence and morality accepting the strong principle and rejecting the weak pr
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